If you’ve turned on a TV or opened up Twitter lately, you’ve seen a national spotlight on Bessemer, Alabama. Recently, Bessemer received another country-wide accolade as Fast Company ran a photo essay of just a few of the workers that make up the heart of Bessemer.
One of the most satisfying things in life is helping others, and Dawn Hoag and Rob Street know all about that. They work at Amazon’s BHM1 facility in Bessemer and spend time off the clock engaged in community service. Keep reading to see how these two make a positive impact in the Birmingham area.
Amazon is bringing two new projects to Birmingham. The first project will focus on the former Century Plaza Mall and the second will be in Bessemer. These two new delivery stations hold so much opportunity for The Magic City. Here’s what we know so far.
Lowe’s will soon join the big name companies like Amazon and Carvana that are expanding in Bessemer. By Fall 2021, the 1.2 million square foot distribution facility will bring new opportunities to the area. Here’s what we know so far about this huge development.
A potential development, code-named Project Church, has been proposed for a 47-acre property in Bessemer—and Amazon is the potential tenant. Here’s what we know about Project Church, and what it could mean for Birmingham.
Big things are happening in Bessemer and it just got a lot more interesting. A new 37-acre facility on Lakeshore Parkway is being built but what company is moving in? Let’s take a look at what we know so far.
Today, Bham Now, members of the Birmingham media and local dignitaries, that included Bessemer native and sports legend Bo Jackson, took a tour of the Amazon Fulfillment Center construction site in Bessemer.
I got a code for $10 off my first ‘prime now’ order from Whole Foods so thought I’d give it a try. Prime Now is a service offered to Amazon Prime members to place orders from Whole Foods Market for pickup or delivery. The code is SAVE10WF. Here’s how it went.
Today, Amazon, one of the world’s largest companies, held a ground-breaking in Bessemer, Alabama, to celebrate the construction phase of the new fulfillment center that will bring more than 1500 jobs to Jefferson County.
According to several news reports and recently published public notices, the Jefferson County Commission and Bessemer City Council will be considering incentive agreements for a proposed Amazon fulfillment center in June.